Heather Shipley

Heather Shipley is a project manager for the Religion and Diversity Project and she teaches part-time at the University of Ottawa and Carleton University. Her research focuses on the construction, management, and regulation of religion, gender, sexuality, and sexual orientation as identity categories in law, policy, and public discourse. Publications include “Human Rights, Sexuality and Religion: Between Policy and Identity,” Canadian Diversity 9(3) (2012); “Fairies, Mermaids, Mothers and Princesses: Sexual Difference and Gender Roles in Peter Pan,” Studies in Gender and Sexuality 13(2) (2012); and “One of These Things Is Not Like the Other: Regulating Sexual Difference,” in Reasonable Accommodation: Managing Religious Diversity edited by L. Beaman (UBC Press, 2012).
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Religion and Sexuality

Diversity and the Limits of Tolerance

UBC Press

A volume of cutting-edge scholarship that argues against the traditional assumption that religion and sexuality will always collide, instead exploring sites of intersection where various forms of both co-exist.

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